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I I i r THEfiJ k == = 1907COL NO1r Ollljhouse PIlEACIIERSVILLEIW V each While ringing hogs J M Crow was badly bitten on the hand by a vldou ono Mrs Silas Anderson of Stanford visited her daughter Mm Lawrtnco and non John Anderson Charles RfRsby bought a yearling Ill Lv from n Crab Orchard party for 160 John Colson sold a horsu to K IL Hollz claw for fa Tho buys mailoROotl their promise of n chant var of the first order It was BO loud thnt it waked up nil the doI nnd chickens in two miles around N John Hell and Mitt Ada Naylor wero united in marriage Wednesday evening by Rev Garland Singleton at tho resi dence of Mrs John H Anderson n sis ter of the bride The cerumony was performed in the presence of n largo number of friends and relatives of the happy couple The groom Is a son of Levi nell and is an intelligent hard working young man and possesses nil thoso qualities which go to make a mod el husband Ills bride is tho second daughter of Mr BOIl Mrs John Naylor anti Isun exceptionally pretty girl The marriage is tho culmination of a long nnd happy courtship and wo have every reason to believe it will be a happy one GIBLETS The Scotch seldom kiss The giraffes tongue iq20 inches long An elephant tusk yields 10 billiard ballsGood tea in China costs but six cents u poundTt Sirius is a sun 2700 times bigger 4than ours Tho biggest guns nro worn out after 100 fringe An elephant can carry three tons a f camel pounds Potatoes formerly passed ns currency in Western Ireland Franco to clarify her winos uses 80000000 eggs n year There is no legal punishment for drunkenness in Russia The Persians have a different name for each day of tho month There are many Hungarian towns whose every citizen is titled Spains salt works extract 360000 tons of salt yearly from the sea Among tho yellow races It is thought unlucky to sleep with tho head to the northTho Czar owns over 1000000 squdro miles of real estate comprising rich gold mines cultivated tracts and vast forests Tho banking power of tho world is 33000000000 of which tho United States has 16000000000 or nearly half Great Britain Is second with 5 t 0000000110 Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is Both Agreeable and Effective Chamberlains Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs colds and oroup and the fact that it IB plonsaut to take and contains nothing in anyway injurious has mule it u favorite with mothers Mr W S Palham u merchant of Klrksvlllo lown says For more than 20 years Chamberlains Cough Remedy hue been my leading rentedy for allthront troubles It litespecially successful In cases of croup Children like It and my ousi tomoro who have used it will not take uny other For sale by All Druggists e John D Rockefeller estimates his own fortune nt Mrs Anna Walker ot Philadelphia is worth 120000000 and J the railroad magnate is a piker with but 100000000 Do you find it more economical to do your own cooking 7 Yes indeed My husband doesnt cat half so much as ho didIf MATTERSI71500 June has lion 116 old Uftptisf church building at Lexington will be converted into un op ern house The mooting at the Methodist church at Shontj Ind conducted by Rev Williams of Versailles closed with 31 additionsJoo the wellknown temper ance lecturer was Arrested at Coving ton on the charge of drunkenness Moody is well known in this section Rev Scovllle of Owenshoro will assist the pastor Rev L M Omcr in a protracted meeting whlrh will begin at the Christian church here about May 1 George W Glover bee brought suit demanding n financial accounting of the affairs of his mother Mrs Mary K linker Eddy and those of tho First Church of Christ Scientist alleging that Mm Eddy is incompetent to man ago the vast property John D Rockefeller attended a Bap tist church at Augusta Ga Sunday anti dropped 20 bill In tho contribution box If that should happen in ono of the Nicholasvillo churches there would be several attacks of apoplexy and perhaps n few fatalities But watch out for the advance in coal oil Jessamine Journal Rev J R Harris a popular evangel 1st of South Carolina anti a young man will begin revival services at tho Moth odiat church Friday evening March 15 nt 730 oclock lie is a tine preacher n born leader of song and n fit any where in n protracted meeting The citizens of Stanford and the country around nro cordially invited to worship with us W F Vaughan pastor Rev M U MofTott of Terra Haute Ind who sued the Rig Four Railroad for 10000 damages for killing his fath or was awarded by tho jury after a hot legal battle Lawyers fur the rail road showed that Rev MofTctt and his father had been preachers of predesti nation of the strictest order It was argued that the death of tho elder Mr MolTctt on the railroad track under n train had been preordained and that tho railroad company was in no way liable The jury took the same view of the matter holding that it was inconsistent for preachers of predestination to ask for damages in a death case How to Remain Young To fontlnuo young fa health and Htrungth do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Ga did Sho says Three bottlos of Electric Hitters cur ed mo of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as ilnnnol I am now practically 20 years younger than be fore I took Electric Hitters I can now do all my work with ease and us slat In my husbands store fI Guar anteed at Ionnya Drug Store Price Wc WHAT is homo without a mother Every day every hour every minute some child is asking where is mother Sho may come in nnd spank tho little urchin soundly for somo mischief nevertheless she is tho most wanted article In this big wide world today Happy indeed is the boy or girl who asks that question knowing that she is some place nearby Somerset Journal No Case on Record There Is no saw on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or con gumption after Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quick ly Refuse any but the goqulno Fo toys Honey and Tar In a yellow pack age Contains no opiates aud U safe and sure U L Penny widelyknownPostmaster at Barbourvillc dropped dead from heartjallure NEWS NOTES At Jackson Leo Noble was acquitted of the murder of Rill Ncace Frank P Goers tho noted steeple climber la dead at Lexington Tho L N has just received 25 new locomotives costing 15000 each Tho Hnrdtnun Rubber Cos plant at Ucllcvlllc N J was destroyed by fire Loss 250000 Fast trains between New York nnd Chicago on which extra faro is charged may ho abolished under tho provisions tho now rate bill lorTho city ordinance prohibiting women than members of tho proprietors families from entering Lexington sa loons went into effect Friday The mixing mill at the Rand Pow der Cos plant at DoMntt Tonn was blown up Four men wero killed and three injured Two others are missing Thomas Baldwin u rich farmer and former merchant of Colfax Ind shot and killed Charles Kennedy nnd wife and Mrs Sim Bisman and daughter CoraThe Negro janitor of the University of Georgia medical Hchbol has been ar rested charged with stealing and dis losing of skeletons obtained from tho diasccttng room- Cabbages thrown on the stage during a performance of Sum Houston In a St Louis theater caused a general fight in which several prominent so ciety men were involved John Sacra was convicted of criminal assault on Mary Gladder at Rugscllvilic and given 20 years It will be remem bered that Polk Fletcher and Guy Lyon were hung for assaulting her Joseph Loiter owner of Zeigler III and the coal mines nt that place was found guilty of employing incompetent inspectors in connection with an explos ion in which 57 miners were killed A special from Monterey Mexico says that Mrs Rcfuegia Floras a witch doctresslof Santiago Mexico under arrest at Monterey has confess ed that she whipped ono of her patients to deathA car on the Halghtstreet lino at San Francisco ran away on the steep hill leading from Gough street to Mar ket and crashed into another car fatal ly injuring the motorman A number of passengers were hurt Will A Young chief counsel for Judge James Hargis said that ho would not go into the trial at Jackson unless troops wero present as he thought too much of his wife and children to com mit Involuntary suicide In an interview at Augusta Ga J B McDonald in discussing the rejec tion of tho bid of W J Oliver for the construction of the Panama canal as serted that big railway interests are at work to defeat the project Curators of Kentucky University at their semiannual meeting at Lexing ton removed tho ban against intercol legiate athletics hnd the institution will again engage in competition with oth er ones on the football field nnd in oth er branches of sport Anti suicide clubs are to be establish ed by the Salvation Army in all largo cities of the United States bein similar to the same bureaus which lave been in existence in the cities of England and Europe designed to assist all persons who may be contemplating end ing their lives W J Oliver says he has been hand ed a lime in the turning down of his proposition to build tho Panama canal and intimates that he will have some things to tell of how ho was whang doodled as he expresses It His check has been returned y him under orders from the president Eighteen minutes late and going 40 miles an hour B 0 train No 49 westbound left the track seven miles east of Connellsville PH nnd after running 200 feet over the ties was ditched the wreckage then taking fire nnd burning Tho engineer was cre mated in sight of the passengers wh were unable to help him Tho fireman was fatally hurt and 30 others received injuries Rheumatic Pains Relieved H F Crocker Esq now 84 year of ago and for 20 years justice of the peace nt Martinsville Iowa says I am terribly afflicted with sciatic rheu matism in my loft arm and right hip I have used threo bottles of Chamber lains Pain Balm and It did mo lots of good For solo by All Druggists The Journal continues to and libel suits to its assets According to the Lexington papers we havo been sued for 25000 by ono Merritt Lancaster because ho claims that ho was meant when the paper copied n dispatch from tho Louisville Times stating that a young man had stolen a diamond ring from n wellknown lady formerly of Lexington and that it had been found in a pawn brokers shop No name was given and wo had no idea to whom ref erence was mado until about the timo that Correspondent R L McClure made his abject retraction which we printed at once Frankfort Journal HUSTONVILLE Turncrsville now guts Its mail in aI closed pouch by rural route from More landMrs J II Reid and sons have re turned from a visit to the husband anil lather at Corbin Tho Matt Richards farm of 80 acrps on Green river was bought by Sam J Bell for 2850 Josiah Bishop sold his crop of 12000 pounds of tobacco to the Globe Ware house Cincinnati at an average of 10r Tho PlougheShepherd Co played here to a full house last week Strik ing features of tho program wore illus trations of the San Francisco earth quake finely rendered Arrangements have been made for tho opening of a skating rink in tho opera house in tho near futuro The skates have been ordered and the opening date wild bo announced after their nrrival The C W B M will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock at the parsonage A full attendance is requested Sub ject Childrens Work its History and Present Standing our Duty to it A good 500 acre blue grass farm well watered and fenced on pike 2I miles from town for sale at a bargain Possession to suit buyer 60 acres in grass and 35 in wheat Address Box 82 Hus tonviile Tho remarkable outpouring of people hero to hear musical attractions as evidenced last week makes it a pretty safe proposition that this form of en tertainment will charm and delight an audience for some time to come The announcement of a good musical program is all that is necessary to in sure n full house Tho Hustonvillo Fox Hunters Club had two fine chases last week that were greatly enjoyed by the large crowd that attended A large fox was captured on Wednesday afternoon after an exciting chase Mr V Peytons dog mado the catch The race Saturday evening was led by Sam Helms favorite and a largo number of wellmounted ladies greatly enjoyed the sport L C Dunn who has been quite sick la improving Postmaster Blain is out after a spell of grip Miss Sallie and William Hawkins havo returned to Cor bin after a visit to relatives here Mrs W D Hockcr spent last week with relatives in Louisville Mr Hocker came up from Tyrone and spent Sun day here J S Kidd the Cincinnati livestock dealer is taking the hot baths for rheumatism at Olympian Springs with beneficial results Swell boarding house eh 1 Swell nt the expense of the food supplyWhat do you mean lIt Four kinds of forks and two kinds of vegetables Cause of Stomach Troubles When n man has trouble with his stomach you may know that ho is oat ing morn than ho should or of some article of food or drink not suited to his age or occupation or that his bow lakegTablets to regulate the bowols and Im prove the digestion nnd see if the trouble done not disappear Ask for a rreo sample Sold by All Drug cists 4 A set Ore cold that may develop Into pneumonia over night can bo cured quickly by taking Foloys Honey and Tar It will cure the most obstinate racking sough and strengthen your lungs Tho genuine Is in a yellow package G L Penny The two largest counties in the United States are Custer county Montana and San Bernardino county California Each of these is a little more than 20 000 square miles in extent and the States of Massachusetts Rhode Island putoinside tho boundaries of either of them r Found at Last J A Harmon of Llzemore West a8a8 At last l have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for tho benefit of others aOIIcted with torpid liver and chronic consti pation will say Take Dr Kings Now Lifo ills Guaranteed satisfactory 210 nt Pennys Drug Store Tho County News has been ask ing delinquent subscribers to come across and regarding tho responses says Some come In with frowning faces Others appear with Christian graces But all same we only say If you get the News you must pay Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal thq Enterprise Louisa Va 8a sII ran a nail In my foot last week and at once applied Buck lens Arnica Salve No IntlammatlooI followed the 8a1eslmlIY wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at Pennys I Drug Store 23c f Corn Planters Land Rollers Disc V Harrows Tongue and Tongue less Cultivators at Re duced Prices N fltl flGGlllS1I H Stanford Kentucky ItIIIRII Right Goods and Right Prices at F Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves Tinware Gro ceries Field Seeds Etc Com plete Stock Main Street STANFORD KY Oc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000u First National BankOr Stanford Ky Capitol StocK 50000 TnIIlIDstt u lon was originally cstabUihcd ae the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1198 thou reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1605 and again reorganized at the First National Baik of Stanford In 1182 having had practically an un Inter rupted uxlilonco for 43 years It Ii better ulllIod now with tacllltiea for trulact lag buslapus promptly and well than ever before In Itt long and bonorabl career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited S Officers J a HOOKKK freit 8 T HARRIS V Pros J J MOROBEUT8 Ohi W U WEAKEN AstOim Directors r held DknTllle T UarrU Stanford J 8 locker dtanford K L Tanner McKinney D Elmoro Stanford tae Robinson Hubble I U ItauKhmivn Stanford J M Pottui Stanford 0 K Tat Stanford Irwi 1 DE1PTCI1ETS DES jPMMEF IIl1ougbmanltantolOT DE SIWS DEfiLES Stock of above now complete Call and see them GEORGE H FARRIS u CaII1TG I The time is coming when you will enjoy n good bath i more than anything on n lint afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxury almost a necessity as well ns town people It will actually he cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Se- eS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tuner and Plumber u 1 rZ rV tt If Ti d w7IJ1 r s The Interior Journal rYE C WALTON M F NORTH U a cnndltlnto for Itepreentntlve of Lincoln eouiilyiubjuittotc aatloa thN Imo- Iralc party JT ROBERTS Ii candidate for Magistrate In tho Ornb Orchard Magisterial ubJect to the action of the party Democratic Ticket r For U S Senator J C W Deck ham For Governor S W Hapor For Attorney General John K Hendricks For State Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agrlculturo J W Newman For Lieutenant Oovernor South TrimbleFor 1tor II 1t Hosworth For Secretary of Stato Hubert Vreeland L Fur TtraMurerRuby LnlToon r For Clerk of Court of Appeals t John B Chenault ANNOUNCEMENT was made in Washington of the resignation of Senator Spooner as Senator from Wisconsin to- take effect May Senator Spoonera action was a complete surprise to his a colleagues and the politicians in Wis consin but a scramble for the place has begun the Legislature now being in session A successor to fill out the un expired term will be chosen at once Whoever heard of a republican resigning an office Surely Senator Spooners conscience hurts him for the many mean nets he has committed while a member of the U S Senate and he could not stand it any longer and re signed Tills is tho way the money goes pop goes the weasel The Postoffice Appropriation bill carrying a total of 210000000 was passed by the Sen ate after six hours consideration in committee and one hours debate in open session The Pension Appropri ation bill carrying 145000000 was adopted in the course of a few minutes IT is up to Senator Bailey to call some of the Representatives who voted against his vindication Representative Sam Johnson one of the minority de bounced him as a willful malicious and premeditated liar and others spoke as strongly Time for crimina- tion and recrimination seems to be at an end IF Editor Walton of the Frankfort Journal wants to dispose of one of his damage suits with a small cost he should send a new crisp 5 bill to that Lexington fellow who thinks his feelings have been wounded to the tune of 25000 because of the publication of an article which he evidently thought fitted his caseYou do Georgia an injustice when you say that her Legislature made no provision for a display at the James t wn Exposition writes Mr T R Walton of Atlanta but now in Florida Georgia will sptnd 50000 in her building and exhibits he added We gladly make the correction CALEB POWERS has issued a state ment in which he says he does notwant Judge Robbins to try his case Doubt less Mr Powers prefers confinement in jail to swinging in mid air and we suspect ho had rather not bo tried at all TimE Richmond Register is 41 years oldjust a dozen years younger than its clever and accomplished editor Mr Thomas H Pickles who by the way is getting out a most excellent paper t MR A D MILLER who has ed ted and managed the Richmond Climax for years has bought the plant of Judge- J C Chenault POLITICAL The Denatured Alcohol Bill passed the Senate James N Coffey has been appointed postmaster at Columbia James T Buford of Franklin is a icandidate for the democratic nomina tion for Representative George R Hunt will succeed Con gressman W P Kimball as county at torney of Favette county James H Todd has been appointed postmaster at Bobtown Pulaski coun ty and Rim Bell county Hardy W bill to increase the salaries of Indianapolis Councilmen from 200 to 900 a year was passed by the Indiana Senate On motion of Representative Ollie l James the House passed a flat three cent streetcar fare for the District of ColumbiaThe Department will take no action respecting the publication of details of the Thaw trial in tNoffensive i j Democrats the First UallroadI Commissioners district will hold a convention in on May 21 at which time a nominee will be selected John L Smith was nominated by the Democratic convention as candidate for- Representative from the Sixth Legisla tive composed of Lyon and Marshall counties f fellowIIngHarbor District of Columbia Army and fortifica tlensIThe Senate by a practically unani mous vote instructed its conferees on the Pension Appropriation Bill to on retaining the 18 pension insistI cated throughout the country The Senate agreed to an to the General Deficiency Bill authorizing the payment of 15000 to Senator Smoot for remuneration on account of expenses Incurred by him in the contest for his sent The Senate agreed to the resolution directing the Interstate Commerce Commission to investigate and report whether tho principal express companies doing business in the country are en gaged in buying selling or handling on consignment fruit vegetables and oys tersTroops have been ordered by Gov Beckham to accompany Judge William Carries to Jackson when he goes today to preside in the trial of the indictment against James Hargis charged with the murder of Dr Cox The order was entered after attorneys for Hargis had filed with the Governor a written plea setting forth conditions as they exist in JacksonThe passed the Ship Subsidy Bill after one of the liveliest fights witnessed in Congress formany years On the first vote tho measure was dc feated but the opposition afterward disintegrated the bill was reconsidered and finally was passed by a vote of IRS to 144 Fiftytwo Republicans voted with the Democrats on the first ballot and 41 on the final ballot We noticp that lIon Jesse M Alver son of Lincoln county is a probable candidate for reelection for a third term to a scat in the next General As sembly of Kentucky lIe is a bright young man and during the last term of the Legislature was one of the most prominent members of the House and was also a close friend of Speaker Law rence of this county Heres hoping that he may be returned again with out opposition Cadiz Record IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W T Bates aged 77 dropped dead atSomersetA aged 77 is dead at Orlando Itockcastle county The Assessors book shows that Wayne county has 2472 dogs Liberty wants a graded school am will vote on the question April 13 Henry C Broughton a prominent titian of Ferguson Pulaski county is deadAt Somerset Judge Jarvis decided that the prohibition election held there Dec 6 is valid Miss Louise Stanley sister of Con gressman Owsley Stanley is dead at NicholasvillePearl a Bath county girl was given two years in the penitentiary for horse stealing Near Avis Russell county the 12 yearold son of Rev Simon Perkins committed suicide by hanging Jonathan Sweeney a well known and respected citizen of Casey Creek died Sunday morning of heart troubleLib erty News John McGee has rented the storeroom recently occupied by Powell Co adjoining Baptist church and will open a first class up to date grocery Lan caster Record Sam Martin was given 10 years In the penitentiary bya Laurel county jury for marrying an 11yearold girl He swore to the county clerk of Laurel that Martha Rush was 15 and a minister foolish enough to marry the couple was found Martin is 40 years old The manner in which the violators o the local option law are being treated in court this week is certainly a terror to Jacks and Tigers but exceedingly pleasant to the law abiding clement Kidd was fined on 10 ndictments to the tune of about 800 Somerset Times Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother In the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Huppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed Improvement I kept this treatment up for few weeks when he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by Pennys Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial bottle free IThere has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps the whole sys tern In perfect order Do not be im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites Genuine Diamond Brand Teter Salt heand Eczema These are diseases for which Cham berlains Salvo Is especially valuable It quickly alloys the Itching and smarting and soon effects a cure Price 25 dents Ior sale by All Drug gists IBobbitts Babblings Feb 28thLnst day of February and tomorrow wo cunI singIThe stormy March has come at last With wind and changing skies I hear the rushing of the blast Which throthe snowy valley tiles Little did the maker of that poetry think when hq wrote that for an alma nac nearly six decades ago that it weuldI survive amid the debris of my memory as long as life should last What a remarkable thing is memory and the mind generally You sea a law yer before a jury jerking up this discarding that his mind working fast er than his tongue that has kissed the Blarney Stone Sometime back I wtfnt into Judge Warrens office a beautiful young lady was present nndI extending my hand I said Ah some of my kinfolks She daintily touching my hand said I dont knowyou sir j Excuse me madame I only mistook you for a loss beautiful woman Apology perfectly satisfactory We arc glad to see Judge Bell back upon tho woolsack looking much better and dispensing justice without tale without delay without price as Run nymcado Charter said should be done Happy attorneys and happy clients when they know that tho litigant with iI the best side of tho case will win the victory I promised to write up Wash ingtons birthday ut the Crab Orchard Graded School Tis too late now except to say it was a celebration appropriate to the occasion and tho immor tal general president and citizen Goo Washington whose natal day it was Many good speeches wore made by tho boys and recited by the girls and every one could see that Prof Sewell and his able corps of teachers wore making their marks unlike the old fashion 13 amonth teacher used to make thorn with blackgum and hickory Civiliza tion be praised for the great change There were more than 200 pupils present and many ladied and gentlemen taking great interest One of the speakers said if there was one in that audi ence whose father or gran father was not a Virginian that was his misfortune and not the speakers fault If Crab Orchard ever had such a school before it was before I came there Well I am glad to say this is the short term of court so we farmers can resume our delightful vernal work amid rural scenes of flocks and greens theIa load of oppressive taxation like old Atlas bearing the world upon his shoulders We are all dependent upon him for bread It is strange they want to tax him to death Perhaps it will never be bettqr till I can serve in the Leg islative halls and Congress both at once FONTAINE Fox BODBITT A reunion of the CourierJournal Tour to Europe party will probably be one of the attractions of the Chau tauqua at Owcnsboro in the summer ID J SMITH DEALER IN Conoral Merchandise and 1Country Produce GILBERTS CREEK KY BISMARCK Tin merit Nonnnn ntnlllon llvvrttHMolil IS ImmU Mini over weigh iilxmt IIIIIOUlllh goal atvivBost Hitltin tin excill nt lirrwler liU color IxtliiK n rich Krey with goal head n rfect iiwk uplundld lit and till Will make the tot Ollllt my pence at llUO coltI Ktantl the young jack ABRAN 3RD at pJU to linaro n cult Hi wax ilral A brim stud sad by nn Imiwrtrd Juck YndJanMnmmotb idea retained on coif for anon Mousy Mure traded or bred to other horaea forfeit IniuniiuT and makes ncimon money due All will Btnnd nt my fiirm of n south ol Otlenhelmnn nyinnburg road ran tnkun to prevent accident but not HpoiiHlhlu should any occur ADOLF HKItTKhOttenhelni Ky IIW looting over the HENRY BOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER umpln at your own hum ilttlng comfortably In jour euychalrl You can nuke a etuuelecUon that way than by ransacking thMtorea You s tho whole Itothth very latest deslgnath loveliest Ooh and richest color elects Including Imported pattern ETerrthlnc rood in wan paper In tho Beach Una It economy too yon set the lowest New priceW1U Smpler any hour yoa name Look them over to your hearts con tent not the leant obligation to iru rIt our way of dYer Bach Wall Papers House Painting And Craning Charlie Stowart Stanford Ky 4 NOTICE hnYNlit lien for sn101 both pun lirrl mUiMl Mock Irlrl to atilt AUI now booking order for t gR for hutching from pons of pun bred olin nml KiK them or writs your want MilK W P WIIITK Pnmeher vlllo Kv Knlrvlcw Itmllry Knnn New Meat Market I wish to notify the ixopln Unit I hMO fttnrtud u new went markui on Knit Mnlii Htreot and will n lniro 6f your will kevp In snick troh pork 1lroI1 Cllrltlllllmi hrollklRt hit roll ami hall dried bout Free delivery from S ION oclock In morning and from 3 to III wvinlng M W lloud Mtxit Cutter 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iliHluiiatl Fur par tlculnr address VAIilKY VI KW HANITAItlirM Kurt Tbutiin Ky VJTAE JJ E Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain KIIIerOerlu iMitinijmr IHitMiw linn Iger 11t HMI HlreiiKiii iteston r NII Kogie Mnrksbnry Kentucky Kenprnl Agent lh TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cur pots DrupgotH Rugs Mnttingfi Pic turo Framus Slimlw Lace Curtains and Wnll PaHr Mr K T Hoazloy line charge of the Undertaking Dcpurliuciit TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone J8 Night HiG or 1 J3 POSTED Wo whole niiiiuK upN iir bolow itrlctly forbid liuntliiK llihliiK or nny kind of tm panning on our JlIIIuJltI proccutu vl olator to the full extent tb law Fred VonOruenlRan llolchenharh Urns Krml VonAllmini VoiiOrneulifan Furl llaiimann tleorije lliilnu- K llelchenUich Jotepli llnllou A0 iumi M J llnfumnn- Mr lIIIIIdouWulcli Klmorc David Htuplieni Mary lIoiTmann- U P Nunnelley J W Itiiunlinmn- Olirlntlnu iruyton J I UtirHnter- Jncoli Jtwiwtfln Multi Ihinnron Mm MJ Anhlovk tO lover Krod Ilnndorf MrM IncllPton W IjUunllrr J SivlnOarter Peter lltiliner J It riimenl ch Ureon Kitrrlll W It DaUKlierty J K tinier pink Karnur AndernonOarr JO Hpratt J K lover JW Piwk llpMartln Me er A Puxtou W P Martin ainliel llndiny Mu w Burry putlItHlinniuii llro Tlnnluy onnmoro P W Carter lien P Martin 111 Ijiwrenco Jlirln Jacob Reduced Rates VIA on the first and third Tuesdays of etch nionlli to many points South Wintlr Tonlvst Tickets now on sale good returning till May 31 For par ticulars write HC KINdCPTALexington Ky Extra Good rXTRAGOOI =By gtrniniug it a liUle will apply to tho boys niul thoir pota huff tl ronlly rofora to tliO l Style Quality and Price of the Boys Clothes vctoll Our first thipuiuiit k just hi The UO8 will like them anil the Motliarvnill like tlioni and that inonns u grunt donl Those 111116 lens Suits run in sires from d to 17 yours in Sailore Rukian llluiiet Halted Nor folka and Double Breatteil Coats with plain and Knickerbocker Trousers PRICE 250 TO 750 II JlVtootatrly lor you to purchtuo wo would ho glad fur yeti to look at those garments now fur we believe our aiwrtnicnt will tho boat Slnnford has over shown ryt H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanrord Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTOi ri T LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggistsr torhouholllOhoeoliituulnln COIIIIIOUlHI Tnh1lo far Cald Iynei ImproviHl Veuutnblo link Coat othrN1rllnulll1hiiKIeilivi Hrrotdotl Win Fyes Wenk Krva Htyc Ear bleu fur stock Prico only Z c1e a drcskltiK for horin of all kliuli nneiualed Point Your House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here t and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG COI I New Combs Wo Imvo just placed on Rule n beautiful lino of Spanish Spiral lulu Stiver i nnil JJnok Combs See thorn l NEW NETS for walgM in White and Cream Nw medallions to trim IIAStyMADK LINEN Laws nUll Insertions in a special drivo nt lOo n J t yard SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 t STANFORD Kv ifAiiru 1 1007 r q4 of CinlennLeatherwIost Cards aiipply Pen nye Drug Store + PERSONALS 3R UKAZUY ta down sick MR C V GBHTKY WM In Lootaill last week If4 Mit GIBN SALYBK of Uutorlllo Ie the guest of the Misses Lutes Mil It M Anwou the buggy man WM n caller Friday nanlllteI J A ALLaN who baR tlMns six weeks la t eonvnlGlolncIMn ANTI Una JOHN attended o1rthLyiip i Meet CARrU FiitTli of Itrodhnnd wet the guest of the Mkwoa OBannon MRS W K WAUNHH and Joe Motto Warner vlaltod her parents at Innter DII ANH Miw HUMT of Loukvllle aro tho guests of Mr John Lutes and familyMn CARl McKLWAiN of Franklin was a guest of his ulster Mrs J S Owsley MRS W S DUNHAM returned Saturday from a protraeted visit to rein Uvo in Boyle Mas CLHO UOWN of MU Vernon was a paweriger on Sundays Seuth hound train t MR AND MM FunD STONB and little son of Danville spent Sunday with rot atives here Mn Gitonnr D PLORBNCB wont up to Pinovlllo Sunday to look after some legal business MR J J McCALL of hazel Patch was hero with tile slater Mrs W I Horrln lalLweek MR AND MKS AUJNZO PAUOHTT of Wayncabarg called in and subscribed for tho I J Friday DICK HAMPTON one of the most pop ular cngineora on the L N spent several days with his mothor hero MRS G W MILLS formerly of hue tonvtllo but now residing at Madison ville 0 is visiting ruhitlvos at Perry yule Miss EVA UAIIUY who is attending tho Stato Normal School at Ulcbmond in at homo for a few days llarntds burg Herald Mitts ALLBHN BOURNE has returned I from Stanford after a short vlit to her sfstor Mrs W K WarncrLan caster Records MR L C ADAMS came down from J Madison to spend Sunday with bis wife nnd children who aro at her uncles I Mr A C Dunns JuncKj W ALCORN wont up to London Sunday to attend the burial of his friend Judge Frank II Riley He was one of tho pall bearers MRS SUSAN YBAGBR returned Satur day from a visit to her daughter Miss Nancy Yeager at Now Orleans Miss Ycagcr Is attending school in the Cres b cent City DR TYLER has returned from Meade county and Is back at Jiis post with the Stanford Drug Co Mr P W Whipp whd has been filling tho doctors place returned to Liberty Friday MR LIVINGSTON COOPER returned Tuesday from a visit to the Blue Grass region Ho reports Wnyno conntys sons and daughters there ha doing well and making lots of money Montlcello Outlook MR WILL SEVERANCE Is In Ne- wT York City buying Roods for Severance Son Tho last trip he mpdo to that t metropolis hIstopped at the WaltJort T Astorialong enough to write us n pos tat card REV JOSEPH BAUOU of Stanford was in tho city on business last week F M Ware of McKinney attended thQ inspection of Somerset Commandery- of Knight Templars here Friday night Somerset Times MIss AMELIA YERKES Rave a beauti ful luncheon nnd bridge party at her homo nj the Highlands In honor of her attractive house guest Miss Mary Reid of Danville who is having many pleasant affairs arranged in her honor Washington Cor CourierJournal- Mn J It HEAZLBY has returned to Stanford after n day or two pleasant visit with friends hero Ills little daughter Eloise who has been with her grandparents Mershon accompan led him home Poca Conn sister of J T Conn and Miss Virgio Arnold sister of Mrs Conn of Lancaster aro visiting the Conn family j11rs A C Hill of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J B Mershon Somer set Republican JOHN OWBTKY Ring Int homo fro Danville for a tow days MltS W SJoNMli with liar mother Mrs Jami Coach at McKinney who ii til DR W N CRAIG Is down from Mid withlOUtWaynesthutgCrab Orchard to matriculate at thi Graded School there LOCALSi store I TOHACCO esnvas at L M Huuy Gos BitvKHM couat lht ouVo d HBAH in mind the Combination Sal of S W Durko atJunotton City Thursday next 7 Soe ad e Awe your druggist Ho will tell you all about Whltos Diamond Brand Cral Orchard Water e Dn W N CRAM will be In his office till noon March 7 prepared to test your pyoi and supply gluMes needed e FOR SAUL Eightroom residence good outbuildings and two acron or land U Bdrington Iluatonvillo Ky e S C B IKRHORN eggs for set ting of 17 or three settings for 2 Mrs Robert L Berry Huatonvillc Ky BOYS they are horn those H S d M all wool suits for Spring The styles aro elegant Soc them Cummins R MjClary Tun creditors of John A Wright are requested to file with me immediately their claims verified as required by law J B Iaxton PonSALIlhodo Island Red eggs per 16 Orders booked npw will re ceivo prompt attention Mrs W J BdmJton Crab Orchard Ky Mavraof the tenderost kind deliver ed anywhere in the town limits up to 5 oclock in tho afternoon Phone your orders to R B Wilkinson the butch or THOIB holding claims against the es tate of Miss Carrie Porter will please prwont thorn properly proven to me not later than March 15 J C McClary admr A noon second handed llayijes lime piano with Steinway workefull octave for ante for 150 or will swap for a good harness horse Dr W M Doores at the St Asaph Hotel Accoumsr to a new ruling of the poatolfico department you can write messages on the address side of the postal card This will be handy for the ladies to add postscripts SAGEMr John F Cash who sold his farm near Turncrsvillc some two weeks ago tells us that he will have a salo of personalty about April G e Foil SALE73 acres of farming land three miles of Klngsvillc It taken at onco will sell for 1GOO 200 down balance on long time Writo 203C N 13th St Terro Haute Ind MESSRS A T THAYLOK and M D Johnson of trio Gilberts Creek section have secured the patent on a hemp break which promises to fill a long felt want We trust it will make them both wealth and fume OLD DAY DooKMr W R Single ton of Waynesburg showed us n day- book yesterday 103 years old which his rather Richard Singleton had in his possession at his death The writing in It is splendid and it contained several Interesting item- sWALKERMrsWalker wife of Doc Walker died yesterday at her homo on Lower Main Street of dropsy god about Mrs Walker was a iplcndid woman She had been in ill lealth for months and death was deed a relief A husband and several children are loft to mourn tho loss of a loving wife and mother IT is very pleasing to the many rlends of Mr M S Baughman to know that he has decided to make tho ace for sheriff of Lincoln county Ho lied the office several years and his faithful careful performance of- very duty merits Lincoln county could not select a bet tor man for this positionLancaster record We Cant Tell a Lie tsssa asr s se Notwithstanding the advance in prices wo will CUT PRICKS with our LITTLE HATCHET Always something now and interesting nt intorostmg prices t TUG Fiscal Court was in session all day yeatorday with Judge It C War ron providing opening bids and award ing turnpike contracts for this yoar They will flnhh today MOKB than 1000 bottles of White Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water were soul In tHcnln pnunty last YNr It fe the boat family medlelno In the world For sale by all druggists Full SALK House and lot on Lancaster street alto house and lot on La- gan rtreet and one vacant lot betweoi Logan and Whitley streets For par tloulant see James E Duck Stanford or writo J G Novlua Lancaster It RtLBY Judge Frank B RiUy Uni led States Commiaeionur and for yuan hotel keeper at London Is dead then at an advanced age lIe is survive by his wife and several grown children Ho was a warm hearted clever man and ono who made friends of all who came In contact with him LOOK Hughes Swlnobrewd the real estate and investment man at Lan caster Ky want you to look at th farms and other property they have fur salo Every one knows the fertility of Garrard county soil Hemp tolmcec and other crops in abundance For In vestments they can show you 10 percent and moro If you want to sell your farm coal or timber lands or other property write them about it Buy now while you can get tho pick and the interest on amount paid down will be taken care of until possession is given LEWIS McCLANAllAN a well known colored citizen of Hustonville has been reading and studying the newspaper stories concerning the rink craze and has come to tho conclusion that such a place built exclusively for his race in the Fayette capital will be a paying invest ment nnd accordingly closed a contract this week for tho construction of the building The colored people of Lox ington will be tho first in the country to have tho privilege of skating in a rink built exclusively for them John Clay a wealthy Negro of Lexington is with McClanuhan in the scheme McClana han has been a servant in the family of tho Wcathcrfords all of his life and stands high in the estimation of the white folks He has amassed quiteSa fortune byhard work and saving his earnings Danville Advocate e AN ELEGANT PARTY Tho home of Mr and Mrs E P Woods was the scene of one of the most elegant enter tainments of the season when the Miss es Woods were hostess to the Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club and a number of outside guests The house with its ele gant furnishings was further for tho happy occasion with adornedI sweet carnations in crimson and beautiful roses Misses Woods were assisted inrecciving by their mother Mrs E P Woods and their charming visitor Miss Lillian Carpenter of Von sailles Miss Carpenter is a typical Southern beauty The refreshments were delicious in every detail The fa vors were all elegant and were highly prized by those who were fortunate enough to secure them They were won by the following ladies Miss Lucy Miller Givens first prize for most points Mrs George C Givens prize ror most lone hands Miss Mary Miller of Richmond the guests prize Mrs H J McRobcrts the booby G Tim Skating Rink started Friday evening with a good crowd notwith standing the fearful weather Fully 50 men women and children allunew beginners tI were on the floor by 715 and from that time until 10 oclock tho fun was fast and furious Tho very foundation of Waltons Opera House must have been shaken by some falls the participants got but it neither hurt nor deterred them for as soon as they could get up they would go it again Tho management secured the very best steel roller ball bearing rinkskates made and If a person can learn to kate at nil ho can do so on them Tho women and children enjoyed a matinee rink Saturday from 2 to 430 and many Bf thoso who had begun the evening beforo worn fairly good skaters by closing time Tonight the rink will be open from 7 to 10 and n great time is uxpcctcd Several gentlemen who have lad considerable experience in skating will bo on hand to assist the uninitiated Some early and skates before tho supply is exhausted It not ie out of place to state here that no lancing permitted and disrepu table and intoxicated people bo de iled admission WILL bo in my ofllco till Thursday noon March 7iieaso call and settlo that old bill W N Craig FOR SAIn200 bushels of nice clean cultivated hemp seed W G Gooch Paint Lick Phono 171 A Lancaster exchange SQUIBB W D WALLUK told us yesterday that at the proper time be would submit his claims to the democratic v6tor8 of Lincoln county for jailer MU W S VARRFH recoivcd now Saturday of tho death of her sister Miss Jane Hinos at Springfield Mo Miss HlnOs was a native of this count and lived hero for many yours Sh was 05 years old WE are reliably informed that tho city council will order the Immediate construction of asphalt pavements on Danville Avenue They will run from Main street to the corporate limits A number of tho residents of that portion of town favor this improvement ExSiiERlFK G W MORGAN of Les lie countv brought Messrs Jonathan Roark for murder James Baker for malicious shooting and liar gis Bagley for rape and turned them over to Lincolns excellent jailer W 1 Herrin for safe keeping THOMPSON Mr William Thompson aged 89 died Friday at his homo two miles from Crab Orchard on the Mt Vernon road Ho was a devout mom ber of the Methodist church and a splendid citizen He leaves a wife who was 83 Sunday and eight children to mourn the loss of a good husband and indulgent father Mr J C McClary conducted the funeral services at the house and the remains were buried in the old Roberts burying ground Satur day CIRCUIT COURT the trialor James and Thos Plummer charged with stealing sheep from Dr J G Carpenter James Plummer was ac quitted and Thos Plummer was given 30 days in jail John Lee for illegal sale of whisky was fined 25 in one case the second and UO in third J J Durham for buying stolen brass was given 30 days in jail Thos Haggard for carrying concealed weapons was 10 days in jail Alonzo npy for selling whisky was dismissed Casper Abt same charge dismissed G D Hughes petit larcen cy dismissed Butler Sutton carrying concealed weapons 25 and 10 days in jail Hu was fin15G B James dismissed on one count and fined 5 on another Claude Bailey and Thos charged with arson the former was acquitted and the latter was given five years penitentiary Jak Harris had a hung in his case and W II Harris was acquitted Cole man Traylor and Jake Lovelace forfeited their lands for housebreaking As we went to tress tho case of M P Steinson and Kossuth Dyle charged with trespassingattheRowland church had not and arguments were in progress Farm for Sale or Rent Oawt farniot Sin acre ricer Tiiruerkvlllp for wale or tart Nice nw rusldimco land nil mnKimry mUmlltllliK In guar T TIM prlvntc Address J KQHVKltOor bin Ky or on K Mower till the place FOR SALE Kim clue Oniss farm of shout 21Siicreafnr sate on Iewt plko In county two inllv from Htnnfonl txiit of Improvements unit In lUlu Mutt of ciiltlvntlon This form linn to lx spiii to lie piirtlvulnm roil on or IIIJPflClllhUor vlllo or I L neck THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky OITtr fur till Hiring of luff n large line of mitmliird Fruit aim UrnanitMital Troos Rv erKriiiisOniJio Vlniti Aspiiraiiua Hlirnlw Rhubarb Htnall Fruits we have no gents Htrnwberry niul ginurnl cntnlogun on iipplliiitlonH IIILLKNMKYKIt A 8ONH Antecarlo 226 12 Mudo over Vorsalllc track In ulnillnp raiv Atnvlhylnleo2lleythat soul for 1oIlItp- Ubllo wale t aen Ann liy Hall storm Ala won of Mambrlno Intclifii T1ewe Till AltlMit ahnnlplontrottlugguldingof S tin worlds id dam by Andrew Jnck son IndopomliMicou tlam by American nnd Andrew heck IOIIttI1mlev Antecarlol two cro Hponxlbto for till fastest cltllll two text Msponwiuileor the fastest htnlenrecros lldii Then you see better bred thiin it her of tbem for lie hns the blood of both Is n solid brown horse i5 hniidf hlffhwelKhlnitlliU pounUi line ahIYlig nctlon Will at to Insuro colt BUCK VARNON lllnckJackwItli wblte points old ltj hand Fine breeder nnlgrtllt in thvlduo A Jnck of lluo bone flint nctlon Will stand tit flu to Insure n living colt All will itaml lit W K tlUhon farm on Dttunlielni pike 3 mile front Htnnfonl hared lit IS per month Care taken prevent accident but not responsible any occur Di hon OX Smith Special Embroideries 11 A now line very fine Shirt Waist Embroideries enough for one Wfifet in pattern LINENS The 2Bo28c and 35c Linens we show are exceptional vallio We have a limited quantity Come earl- ySILK PETTICOATS rondo by French Garment Co No hctterto ho had See our epee ul oHor ings at 8089 8500 and 750 1 if 3=CTST i Itheiati BELT BUCKLES the new designs consisting IIAll Swastika Cross r Pearl ofiand Black Belt Buckles seen in our assortment f BEAUTY PINS AND HAT PINSi A new line of Beauty Pins includ ing everything from the Gilt Beauty i Pins at lOc per set to the solid gold iiOur Spring line of Ladies Hosiery is the best ever shown in Stanford We have a full line of Embroidered Lace and Plain Gauze Hose at the CORRECT PRICES Call and look at our Spring goods in all departments We will taken f pleasure in showing you L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 fOpera House Block Opposite Court House- STANFORD tuu4 KENTUCKY ay ozesas PUBLIC SALE Horses and Livery Outfit Thursday March 7 07jAt my livery stable in Junction City Sale begins promptly at 030 A M Tho livery outfit consists of 15 head of strictly good horses which have boon well eared for and each good horse will be sold on a positive guarantee eight buggies and runabouts stauhope two surreys two drummer wagons two 2horse wagons two spring wagons mowing machine hay rake one Ross cutting box new ono Belle City cutting box No6ono 1horeo over lend Taylor power arid many single and double sets of harness and wagon gear stuck of client oats in front of W E Grubbs residence on Tribble Perm one Hall safe 1700 pound rugs and everything used in a livery eta ito will 10 included in the sale BIG HORSE tic MULE SALE At sumo time and place a Combination Ilorso and Mule Sale will take place and over 75 head will bo offered including Work Mules Buggy lions is extra good Saddle Horses teams suitable for Omnibus drays or any kind if heavy hauling All these animals will bo sold to tho highest bidder with nit reserve and any person desiring n serviceable horse or uncle can be suited it this sale Most of these horses aro well broke to steam Dunn English Auctioneers The ladies of tho Baptist church will servo dinner at the Maccabeo Hall s W Burke flKy Old Hickory Wagons for Sale by E T Pent ie Interior Journal Entered in the PottOjflceat Stanford at atGOMcla mater FXJHU1HUI2U TUESDAYS AID FRIDAY AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not ao paid 1200 will be charged t Olympian Springs Iraterurlheurnutlrmltrvousuerahullqcatlof Shedder 1110 used It t M Hhns Pro ptletorOlrmplnnsprings 1ostomce lIus- on1I1C For Sale Privately t house and 10 acres of lend situated netoutalde of town limit on the Some 4 just kitchen and s er IIk8 ouao Rood Collar atable and all Ytrita room Water hydrant In AIICeASUY and one for stockhe yard J p nAILKy Poultry And Eggs Wanted ninrket Ilrlce for Tur other poultry Also rnbbfiqwlllebetianntill JIluckloenlIn- unagerII11 oUlce on Nortbcott A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist f STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store inI the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE end- EHTOompnntel WlndStormlUfeFire Lightning and IWlreentld Lowell l Ol uraUnequallud R Talk at yuying lec MAHONY Stanford Kentucky e Residence l hone No 82 Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my furor of 170 cret5 ashes meet of ter on the Leis plenty UlIon ofkwaterlnnd tlutberoWellllfenced- sad lu good Alto nn unimproved farm of 100 nerve lying midway betwen latneneter and Lax pikes Good outlet Well reacedTerms rensonnble TIHK1UUNO Murktbury K- yBoone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT Special Attention Given Commercial Men lUg nt lten oniil le hate Stock Pens In Connection I GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rcadymndo othingwhon there li to little aitTertmra In thu price of ready- made suite mid u suit nmdo to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Hprlnit t Hummer goods I can make from II low price husinuaa cult to the flnestdren null AIAO urercoatiTroui ere and Fancy Vetts The coinpitny I represent U sworn to none 110 KUlbBY The Tailor Htunfonl Ky r JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAirn in- Pulldlnj Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks fo bund ing purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application e eclary- t IUndertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneaaSaddlery Ac J I STANFORD KENTUCKY firOffice Phone 167 name Phone 15 JtBeazleyCo t Embalmrr ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingBRugs They will exchange Furniturejfor all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALE RcRistereJ Duroc boar R II Crow Shelby City Ky 4t FOR SALEJ2 stock hogs Land Buchanan Stanford Ky White Sopor of Richmond bought six mules nt Campbcllsvillo at 2O9 FOR SALE600 bushels of seed oats W U Trajlor Gilbert Creek Ky W C Floyd bought of Silas Wesley of Casey a pair of work mules for 325 Hernando the good thoroughbred race horse owned by W II Laudcman of Lexington is dead James H Settles sold Bonta Bros a pair of black mares for 400 says the Ilarrodsburg Herald Glenns Graphic is soliciting at one hens egg per paper or a yenrsI subscription for 52 eggs J B Hoggins great racing stallion Imp Watercress will stand at 1000 at his Elmendorffarm in Fayette FOR Revr20 acres of land to go in oats Cash rent F M old Curtis place on Danville pikerFOR SALEEleven twoyearold mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes MorlI hind B Wathcn Jr of Lebanon sold to W A Terry of Barren county his Chester Dare stallion Chester Dare Jr for 1600 Good pair horse mules for sale Six and seven years old sound and good pullers Price 275 M F Rout Marksbury FOR SALEA combined horse a la dys horse and a nice mare with foal toI Gambetta Wilkes horse John CookI agent Stanford The American Tobacco Company paid 15 cents a pound for Burley tobacco in Mt Sterling This is the highest price paid in several years American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky W P Logan sold his farm of 247 acres in the Turnersville section to Mr Marcum of Pulaski at about Mr Logan is undecided as to where he locate but we hope he will continue 111I live in Lincoln Buy your fertilizer field and grass seed from me and save freight Write for sample and prices on what you need James D Shelby Junction City Ky I carry in stock flour bolted meal bran shinstulT lime salt cement brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed mealaA Wyoming paper printed the fol lowing love note which one of its reporters picked up on the street Dear II I seen you in chirch Sun day and I laffed at you but you never- IalTed back Why not I would like to no I still luve you and if you Urn me down for HighPockets I will hogtie him and bete his face up mean so you better laff at me when I lat at you You are my harts desyre but you cant make no dam fule out of me Yures ferevir J M A WellKnown Citizen Behold hes here Still In the game A fellow whom We need not name Who growls all day And half the night And makes his neigh Bors want to fight Whos never pleased At anything I And never yet Was known to sing Who grumbles oft And wears a frown Is pretty goodIAt running down But doesnt seem To know the art Of making smiles In ripples start You know the chump Of course you do And just beware Lest ho be you- Birmingham Age Herald Do Not Crod tho Season The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and en joy the uxhillrating all and sunshine Children that have been housed up all Winter are brought out and you honor where ttey all came from The heavy Winter clothing Is thrown aside and many shed thoirllannoU Then a cold ware comes and people say that grip is epidemic Colds atthls season are oven more dangerous than in mid winter as there is much more danger of pneumonia Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy however and you will have nothing to fear It always euros and we have never known a cold to re suit In pneumonia when it was used It is pleasant and safe to take Chlll drcn llijo it For sule by All Drug gists An exchange suggests that to re v store public confidence the railroads might print testimonials from passen gers ridden on their trains a number of times and never have been e liedIOrlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is new remedy an improvement on tho 2 laxatives of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant A to take It is guaranteed G L Pen ny r CEDAR CREEK Quite a lot of sickness here at present J P Chandler sold a mare to James Rogers for 125 and bought a horse Ed Fats for the same money Attend the sale of Hiram Kidd on the 9th Mr Kidd has decided to make his hnmr at Somerset much to tho regret of his many friends here Miss Ethel Hollas is in business at McKinney Miss Lula Chandler and brother James are visiting their brothel and his wife at Kirksvillc- Hixson Bowen died at Lakeland Asylum and was brought hero tind burled Thursday Deceased is survived by two children John Bowen of New Al bany Ind and Mrs Carrie Fates of this place Ills wife died a year ago The family of J G Livingston has been confined with grip William Long who had a shoulder dislocated by a horse falling on him Is very much Im proved Farley Scott has had n siege with measles but is able to be out againMiss Kate Adams daughter of Mrs Mattie Adams formerly of this place but now of New Albany Ind died there last week She was a bright girl and her untimely death causes much grief among her relatives and friends in this community liar death was Jhc result of measles and pneumonia Given Up to Die- D Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Cvnnsvlllo Ind writes For over years I was troubled with kidney bladder affections which caused mo much pain and worry I lost nosh and was all rundown and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I hall three of the best physicians who dpi mono good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave mo great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it help you G L Penny Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE 0IyFrameoutbuildings 8 ten In fulllTatloa ml In lim ber Well watered yarJifroia poetol5cesthu and church lay well on Pike ant In gtod tow lrlc 1600 No Jurv acres oflassiii Casey eoulltOIl Liberty Columbia road Twelve bees and lotion die Knldtnce 8 rooms I1 story wcalbrrtwirtta Uood barn Aleut aerit Incuiif i ii llutldlngt In inedrrn ih adfencing g md Uood timber Welt bout iprlega at over place god 2 crcrki running thiourfti U Will Hil the ptan a a whole lot llUMi on guy terms or wllldivldi place lu ull t urcu4rn AlIIrtulle iiotu aunlord Tbl U a cheap place 1rtc two cab No A fnn of acres about uiiln from Stanford laja well and well watered A good pre lion of the farm la blue grau A comfortable dwelling aid a large bun proprrtjr la on a pltniild pike epee to echo1 etc nice lid ptr acre countyflybuilt 8 years ago tlloutnand water power the latter 8 uiuntlieuf tueyearlt U as up todate roller ulll with burn for corn Dud tnual Kilt Tlie engine la of Tyeahtanill ache with the mill Including what It wilt tbo home of 8 rooms All for 18J50 or fl 509 fur the ulll and II acres Quo fiat cash nag flue trade No mill In 10 tulle No 18ts arm of Sia aces oo and onebill UorlliailkeTwoball tic 11ojoungorcnrlbearlnJuIklndsol- hull well never falling iprIDgI All butldlngi and Locos are In good alr nil flan ItiltuateJ in th i Let section or Lincoln county acd la an Ideal borne Splendid Ice house burn and nit other ntceuary outbuilding No 1SJ8S acre uf land In the town limits of Rowland about 6 acrra bottom laud an M urea In wooilland The paw U wen fenced and water Hi water wo to wetland cbtern story fram- ullolll1 rams hall veranda back porch auto merklittien and gwxtcf liar Ouod barn and all other iHComaj outbuildings lucludlng crib lacant1urilarplace a desirable howe dale to town and will sell cheap ono on eat lerm No70IOaeraoflandtwostory front cottage raw etc louse new a guol garden sod tplendld orchard of oue and one lull acres enclng guod Iwo stable buggy house tingle aouneelf gwo1 well on plan There iulwa- ool mill on the place a good crusher In mill It nun bj natural rawer which U great economy rrolnllathe county about wiles from Stanford there l alwan a ready aal lot the flour sot tutu aa soon ground We will roll this place for fi is bitrgaln the bulldingsaloeucuuld out be put up fur thU money No21Afarm of2IJ handtoine mod ern 2wry brick reablence IIlljr IUlnlbed and p to dale In every particular Hiore room on roprcjIIItbe pays nut a ou It Tb re It only about 20 are In cultivation and rest In griH rlenlvof fruit trees to This It an Idtal borne acd a splendid firm 1ric reas onable No 227About 41 acres of land mile Iroui CrabOrchark on lAncatterplke A good dwell Ing well and all ntcotiary tutblldluxa Place U rguionplk This to burn a ellulplace owner of this property live at Slender ton Ky and baa nude up his mini to sell lhh- lacereaervlagmineral water right on place It priceNoMe Klnuey laya well well Improved and la right on pike No stuck barn box ttallt stud tide and drh ewa In center 2 other harts and t tenant houses firoom brick residence and kitchen and all other DtlIar out building llulUlngt and fencing la good repair plat well wittered cluern at bun and house poud sprinia ec About 130 acres In Gras and the rest In cul tlratlon Jrlce IWO 00 No frame dwelling pf ilx room two halls vi randato well at door and all diner neccatary outbulldloga Also large blacksmith ihop60i 0aiidihedi lull length of shop and 10 feotwlde Tbla property will be soldat a very w price Voll1A farm of 331 acre situated al mil Stein oianfoid and 3 mllra Iron Crab Orclia dIon the urbf OlarCrtek Tan place It cut III about fUldi aud can be sub dlrldtd About raet hi cultivation timber lUlHclcnt to keep upI place line and onelull awry frame dwelling 01Irooms balls Porches etc Two good lee btrnt gran ry corn crib etc I1 ce It well water xl two good cisterns at the door running ttreiui tnrougb farm All build e except one Uiro fencing fair PileSPeracre Turmt ty 11101localeolclUalone coat 1500 We will sell this place tot J100 No Np6O acres 31 mllea Iron Junction City itoryC room Ir me dwelling good barn crib auu ke hfluae etc good repair Including fenclug S3 ucr ajngraiiand23 acres In cultira tlon tluod orchard of patches unaOplaetcep- lendldgnironsrbon2500 lit grape on year ace to cburchti etciand watered meditated well at floss and itock well at barn eic Price tJ50u t No 7660 acres of land near Junction Cltycut In seven duds IS arree In culllTtltJii In grua flee young orebarol and one of tbe teat grape brbora In Knntucky Party told 2500 poiinda ol grapes lilt year ell waierod and fenclug good school and ohurebn A two Wry room frame dwelling good barD crlba etc all In good repair Trice tUU No 161100 acre farm about mile this stele of Shtlby City mama collate parches No good cellar under Ibs loud bun tr stills crib etc Uulidlngi are In good repair acd the fencing are moJeralo Two tprlngt and good Paul on pure About 41 acre In tiuiuiby undl cover rent til woMlrud Prie ft No 1SWO acre f rm Ji mile ul tau Urcnatit Ky lirlck dwelling tams two tenant two barns well spring near dwelling fmlloI high lute of cultivation 150 urea rltiT butloui bad tool fencing fruit arc IVIreJIQiOanacr nice farm at Highland Kweninpruv JNorA etc Pdcebv- ooaa6aeeofIanlon Jamestown road loulh of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about i acres In timber and rest lngrasa A large new frame dwell tag alto an oU dwelling on place nw barn anJ wooldonei It la will walerel anj the fencing It rood On public road Price taooo No IIioA 7U acre farm lying uo Dh river mar tribtrvhard About N rlllnlloo sc 41 acre In iwuture ret In good Umber About 7a bearing fruit trtee on the place t aUiry 6 rocro dwelling trdlnty liable and crib a try good tenant hou Tbe bulldUga are In good shape but lb tram are not The place rIwatered uy Auercr falling iprlugi Thlt It a Slack farm and la offered at a baualn Prut ullrvvww No l9l0 acre fanu near lluiloitri liood1 dwelling acd portion uf tlitt imt could be aold fur townlolatd It well watered aid and btilldlnp ate In goal rondit n Thlaisobeoflbetslrrlaslnthetuunty rbll Is turn tad will to n 1I11000 00 An ITWO itory train dwtlllug 7 room bat alit hood ltanttO leering and h I good repair Fur sale or rent rrtnTrraionati No lUoutatxl are acres of land tu Ihunsy 1t Nxcewary outbulMingt KCLiij and well watered Will sell tblt place ou tat Ilerw 732 acres of land alit roumi iwc tor dwellingwell waefedgood tenleg la lbaaMitM0thecity el felt school and etiuruhe TklstaaSnuala t nie 11 Ice reasonable No 376 room frame eotttge and one a land in Klugtrllle Ky par barn amoke bsfui Ac In ad r l i Price 101INo 16 aerecihail Mttage rjcmt goo hall and t trbea loud barn antttltr nerMMrjr nutbullilloitt Fesetegaatbuudtnglu- goul repair fitce writ vaUrvd a tpluil At house eta Inns Is all level and proluaa tle end orchard lute Satin tS5WairwtnIII11Ilonclose to utbc stores Utlwen 2 Rural Frte Deirrri coJuntrnwt lloute by JIIIII1 home a splendid barn IlIt4IH boilnc stud bat two good art It vatervd with never falling springs and a run DII branch through lb p ace has gall h u trig anil outtxilldlnat lIlellbte Tunseuy no eatlnl acre farm tituatwl on the hurlad MU Vernon llaaaSroomcuttsK road sheet I WJnj willtellIIhepaeneuytermaNo lbrunt i and swear III above uitillngol rolbd r gad barn and lot and all ntcury euibuuluiga lata situated on Main iirwtlnSunferdrVihtlnlhebuleeM portion ol Thus I a bargdu slid liatplendldwpiwiiiully lo acme one einM b In bndola r and dwllli n Iwo- wwbinedwill beagreat 11101118 hilt en- No WH a ru laud near tub Orehar- ocbnp J No 219 One aeant lot In Juwitm City al Sjutheatt corner ef lures an4 lifofwa stnetef- ronting W feet on liteftan atnrt ad running 5ulh Ill siren iii fret rte 1110 cub- Nc I1ttllllad luton Ilgsn street in Crag ford Uood garden ete Everything Ic gold re ptlr lrlce lcuu No rutO acted of land J dwellings of roorca each Lnle tobame barn urn Let tonpl nut W tb lest bun la Lincoln county swill stock ba Tb4 progeny Iqs between I good count crud ardl turnrlkea All the building ami freeing are In toad repair Place It well waUir good Springs treks etc Splendid tobacco lana and wl ralto lt barrel of tarn to the arm I iyacmektathewntr freni lo Ju pr obl1 If pal the qwa klegIWUrelatmswalImliaw w- lJayaspiredldlymostlyinecltlyulbnwrit sei- d raarc loerty well fenced etc Inca Wpr fur No 42SeTen room dwelling goat ellar arl acree land uer fttllofwell tndtprlig lVulpf sod outbulldlnp In fair condition CII ji n class to town salt a small family No Sl7 Pete farm In I mile of lhll Iaory e dwelling Iore house mute bo fl house crib sir All the bulldlugt and feceliit arr In fair cundltlon Uood apple trthird tvut acrra lucultlTatlon rat In z Iliniier Wirrxl by a perry falling well and waters of South turk lrlN 1200 No A farm of nlrlIt io0 nero nn nfr the fu the euunry knndnw tat slotfieedatllognedone1 the lar eta bet IMeo ael- wutend nod ettryiblnif nbuut II Irrmi t oe lain oIenJI4 IOllr In n good twuiiin II elIbIIIIIIIlI out mucus drls om- Stnnlord This u very dYIIIIII lure diet IliSOl No 15 10000 acres of cotton land In MlOinpf ectlon of country whkh oflert au San- oppotuunltlesforprofitablelnvestmenlaslb al iitilppl Delta now Hrn ible all thetlmeafortmtr the reasonMnutlgmerpeepu from the North where the aupply of timber la fait Jlmlnlhlne are constantly lncre fis their par chases of Umber Unit In the South when llw tee her II removed the lanj It unequaled for aericultu purport U will produce a bate of cotton i the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raked In the lone The toll reeds no fwellar red esarelowtagtad Umber lands at present prices it en vettment that he will never regret TMt Un4 ltdl vlJeJ Into tract ranging from 40 acres lo the tract to 17000 acre to the tart and prices from sa per ere acre according to location etc w e ireauthorlredbythecompanywho owns theie Ian Jt to state that at other are considering the lurcliate of these Lands that we offer these tracts tub eet prior Ile wllho1r1 from market or change n price wlthont notice lunacy when nolifieJ they will hold any tract out of market tone enough for the purchater to make an Inveitlgitlon Abo i 11000 acre land hat hen told by Ihe Com any since we receivedthboptionrur further par Iculart call about office Alan a 60 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt Illver Ptcum power now up todate In every particular anti good dwell with Improvement 20 aoitU of fine and closu to fouthern railroad rice opo No tCoIUgu In Itrcajter 77 wt front and 300 deep All nintmry nulbulldleg eseept- tan Everything Is new and lo gad sinpo cargo contains rains hall veranda hushed liavmcnt Clue to school ebnschn tie- Vo S2wlaml 7uTo erns ol land two story front tel Ig seven roam halls one iJouse to new a good amen and pllndld orchard acres fendll two buggy house amuse hnua etc good well mi pscethereiialta goof mill eu the place a g od It run by lIt- lIul power which U a great economy and thus dam lilugoodrefwtr Will sellibe property at a los figure or lease No 24 Frame hotel large rams double reran da hal A largs 2 ttorerooti fronting atreetSOSectitemhoteltipstairsuitsl- elordwa log 2 uloicotttgM nicely furnished spend and painted nioai and veranda Jt age barn nn Mille lot eyed at llTtry liable houd tnleu acsallutsdJ0lutmiLbSfrt front by feotdeep All of this property London Ky and la a fine chance for lomeoue lo make money Ioprletor has refuted fo runt perry Inv fW pri month account of Ill hr Hb of tub wlr only rellatlO for lllug proprietor dctlrct U exrhaugi ur farm to ilneoln county No 75A email ot1S acre iif jowl land located clot to town If Ice 2 230 Nu U90 sores of laud one wile from Homerwi Ky tn lenD Forty acre In ciiltlTn tlon 40lereInputurebalanceinlwbrr c conlilna Trn Tans apt ncc dry outbuildings Fenctiand bulldlngsln iplen Well watered P71ce2tO- pNo25IWacresof land In Knrd county Ku ilx mile from rrllrotd ant ft mile from Arkane rlr Seyeutyacreaflan Is river lortow Is nrttclasalandandlngraaa Tblt land la for lair exchange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and about 60 acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on placo Ii cut to IF Inches but will make barrel limber shing les ties and cord wood enough to pay fur the place twice over A large part eoo ed There IIrl tour dwellings of roams each nnd one store of twostorlri with rooms above has wells and iprln i of water Iln lmtloll of countr seat and grow tobacco corn wheat grail etc for 82200 Onehalf cash EATER LOllISY- 1LLFiEITtQ f ONE FARE FOR ROUNDJRIPBYRAILORRIVER 7 MAR 185O T AND HiS i CREATO E BAND Gov r rnent Exhibils- aqd o jerGreafiAtra liops ILPRESIDENTROOSEVELT I BUTTON TOUCH WILL THE INDUSTRY t IjNYENTIONM All W 25q1LETS SEE IT ALL foJlr ART AND I n E t 1M GlAD I BOUGHT TUESE SHOES is what everyone says about America 350 J400 lJERATU lid tl 1biestI FOR SALE BY SAM ROBINSON t STANFORD KY n n FIELD Yisa J seDDsar tat fin 1IT The B esttV tWa ri J c E Perkins iB MoRoberts Shoes Crab OrchardKentucky DRUGGIST or STANFORD I PEtt OVAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r n